American fly honeysuckle Caprifoliaceae Lonicera canadensis Bartram ex Marsh. Listen to the Latin   symbol: LOCA7
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Leaf: Opposite, simple, narrow ovate to elliptical, 1 to 3 inches long, thin, hairless except for leaf edges, bright green above and a bit paler below.
Flower: Species is monoecious; white, bell- or funnel-shaped, 5 lobes, 1 inch long, hanging downward in pairs from a 1 inch long, green stem, appearing in late spring.

Fruit: Reddish orange berries in a widely divergent pair; elongated often with a tapering point, 1/3 inch in length, ripen in mid to late summer.

Twig: Slender, silvery to reddish gray, solid pith; buds small, pointed.

Bark: Reddish gray, finely peeling and shredding on larger stems.

Form: A straggly, open shrub reaching up to 3 feet in height.
Looks like: Amur honeysuckle - red twinberry - northern bush-honeysuckle - twinberry
No range map exists for this species. See a map of the states in which Lonicera canadensis can be found (opens a new window). USDA Plants Database
Lonicera canadensis is native to North America.

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